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used in Interview with the Vampire

7 uses
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to stir up or shake — emotionally (as when people are angered or upset) or physically (as when a washing machine cleans clothes)
  • All this put me in a fit of agitation.
    Part 1 (48% in)
  • Rye soon lost sight of the lights of Pointe du Lac altogether, and I became very agitated.
    Part 1 (16% in)
  • I was still terribly agitated, convinced I couldn't bring myself to attack and feeling no urge to do so.
    Part 1 (17% in)
  • My patience was becoming exhausted with him, and the old man was becoming more and more agitated.
    Part 1 (32% in)
  • I was agitated that night, as I told you.
    Part 1 (45% in)
  • Never had anyone shaped such agitation into the features of a doll.
    Part 1 (88% in)
  • Her beauty, her seeming innocence, and this terrible agitation.
    Part 1 (88% in)

There are no more uses of "agitate" in Interview with the Vampire.

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